Courtesy of Cathay Pacific Airways
Cathay Pacific’s new lounge, The Deck, opens March 22 in Hong Kong International Airport.
Cathay Pacific’s stylish lounge features an open kitchen, a sweeping veranda, shower suites, and a “relaxation room.”
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When travelers arrive at Cathay Pacific’s new lounge in Hong Kong International Airport, the hope is that the space—which was designed to emulate a “contemporary living room”—will help customers feel something not often associated with airport experiences: a sense of well-being, comfort, and serenity.
The Deck, which opens to business class travelers and eligible frequent flyers on March 22, maintains the signature style of Cathay Pacific’s award-winning lounges. Its aesthetic? Sophisticated design in a relaxed setting with practical amenities.
Much like Cathay Pacific’s other airport lounges, at The Deck, luxury is the crux of the experience. Located in HKIA’s Terminal 1, the lounge features an L-shaped terrace with panoramic runway views, seating for 180 passengers, 8 shower suites, and a “relaxation room.” The Noodle Bar, the lounge’s self-service dining area, offers travelers a selection of classic foods and freshly made international offerings including wonton noodles, Sichuanese dan dan noodles, and a variety of dim sum and buns.
The Deck will join Cathay Pacific’s other lounges in providing travelers with a peaceful respite between flights, proving that long travel days don’t always have to be dreadful. To learn more about Hong Kong International’s newest airport lounge, click here.
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